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separate things. >> commissioners any further questions? >> hearing none, the public comment is now closed, do i have a motion? >> i move to accept. >> second. >> take roll call please? >> inspector? >> president mazzucco? >> aye. >> vice president turman? >> aye. >> commissioner dejesus? >> aye. >> commissioner chan? >> aye. >> commissioner kingsley. >> aye. >> commissioner loftus? >> aye. >> the motion passes. >> thank you very much. >> good luck. >> call line item 5, discussion and possible action to recommend that the board of supervisors adopt a resolution authorizing the chief of police to retroactively accept and
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extend a grant in the amount of $159,469 from the governor's office of emergency services, cal oes for the anti-human trafficking task force hf, program action. >> thank you, commissioners you have this draft of the resolution, in your packet and again, it is state grant with reference to something that we talked about. and we have, from the grants of the governor's office and i doubt that there is any objection. >> i just wanted more information about it in terms of, and we don't talk that much at the commission about the human trafficking work that the department does, there is the purpose of the grant to enforce and to expand the task force to improve and the law enforcement and all elements of the trafficking and coordinations and to insure that the
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comprehensive care is provided to the victims of human trafficking and i just want more of bhaps to the funding and i think that it is great to have funding. >> most of it is does through svu and a lot has to do with work and maage parlor inspection and prostitution, and abatement, and any sort of unfair laborer, and any mode of human trafficking svu does it. and it is usually on some sort of an over time basis. >> and is it also to fund, when personal interest is the continuum care and does it also help with providing the survivor with service and connecting them to the services. >> yes, we have the advocates embedded in the unit and i myriad of resource and i wish that i had the presentation that i just did at the human trafficking awareness kick off. and i am happy to send it to you. >> okay, thank you. >> that would be helpful. >> and commissioner loftus? >> my own question is that i
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know that i am supportive of this and i know that we had a retroactive one last year for the two years previous and i was wondering if there was anything, if it is sort of happens this way or after the fact we have to accept it? >> if there is an issue that we have identified. >> i know that a lot of the grant funding lags and so we actually accept the grants from the prior year. and in the following year. >> okay, great. >> thank you. >> okay. >> do i have a motion? >> move to approve. >> second. >> aye. >> all in favor. >> >> please call in line item 6. >> public comment on all items. and including public comment on both on item eight, in closed session. >> a closed matter involving the personal issues and litigation issues and personal and protected by the
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constitution? >> so noted. thank you, miss bryson. >> hearing none, public comment is closed. >> vote to whether to hold item 8 in closed session. >> do i have a motion? >> i move that we go into closed session. >> second. >> all in favor. >> aye. >> we are back in closed of the >> do i have a motion. >> all in favor. >> aye. >> do i have a motion. >> so moved. all in favor, thank you, everybody. thank you.out.
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>> hi, i'm japanese with the san francisco public utilities combination sometime people call
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me sewer girl our systems has served the area for 1 hundred and 50 years we're planning you understand public health and our environment don't think that so come in down and see howxxúú@@@ >> (drums rolling). ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (clapping.) >> wow. what a wonderful
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performance. so good morning, everybody. . district manager and ladies and gentlemen good morning and thank you for being here today open this about how far san francisco day. i'm the post master of san francisco. on above the of the united states positively services i want to welcome you to the 19th luna celebration the year of the horse is the 7 stamp in the series we're truly honored to be hosting this selection celebration let me begin by thanking the white crane dance group and the hosts of the performance. they've helped us today only today but year after year so
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what a wonderful vaccination and a applause. you'll be meeting our guest and other people a few people in the audience. first someone who i work with frequently is san francisco marketing manager is martha she's right there. martha played a large roll in the success and she is retiring at the end of the month for or after 2 seven years of dedication so thank you very much martha. also in the audience today are jeff managing director of the investment and a doris the
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hilton director of community affairs. thank you, again, for supporting the lunar event and, of course, we're honored to have the artist who designed this today mr. kim. where are you right there (clapping) thank you for sharing our beautiful art with the world and through this lunar event. i want to pause for a second and let everything know that the mayor will be here in three or four minutes hose in route. i know which of you have been with us brother but let me take a moment to explain. when the post office a city a selected for the national first day of issue and in this case, the year of the horse stamp it's once again an you honor to be
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selected as the city and we've received this many times over. today is the first day you can purchase the year of the stamp no idea but outside here is the only day you can get it postmarked and this is a great keepsake and we have special sales in the lobby so, please make sure you stop by after the sermon. we have an existing program lined up shortly we'll hear from mayor ed lee and also from the possessive manager from the district as well as the distinguished guests but first it's my honor to introduce our master of sermons abc numbers
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and anchor and reporter is an award winning journalist and chorus 7 weekend news cast he joined with assignments in texas and atlanta georgia. his coverage has included national stories like the columbia national crash in 2003 and helped to solve the murder of a 3-year-old boy and a federal bomb 3r0e78d a mystery solution solution and he addresses community issues and raise awareness and a sparks public change. he graduated from the texas in austin. ladies and gentlemen please join
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me in a warm welcome >> thank you it's my pleasure to be your mc for this dedication for the lunar year of the horse forest stamp but before we give up the program we'll shatter or start with a color guard from the police department and a national anathema a learnted person and a ladies and gentlemen, please rise for the presentation of colors and the singing of our national anthem.
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>> oh, can you see by the dawns early light. what so proudly we hail as the twilight last gleaming. who's bright stripes and bright stars through the perils night
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over the ram parts we watch were so gallantly dreaming. and the rockets red glare the bombs busting in air. gave proof through the night that our flag was still tdr there are. oh, is does that stair spaniel banner yet wave. over the land of the free. and the home of the brave
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(clapping.) thank you michelle from ambassador high school give her another round of applause please. i'd like to mention that our speaker eddy who is the president of the chinese chamber of commerce couldn't make it here today he had emergency eye city, of course, the chinese chamber of commerce is an integral part of this but we would like to recognize a few of the friends of this event from the office of congress woman nancy pelosi. also the following are city commissioners please stand.
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gregory chow and rodney and steven lee and leo and irene riling and julie sue, my good friend right there please stand and cindy wu please give them a round of applause and other cities are celebrated the year of the hours from our sister city we have a representative and vietnam and the office of vietnam trade. there we are thank you. a special friend who's the president of the academy of art university. (clapping.) now, it's my pleasure to honor a
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chinese gentleman it's the oldest chinese embassy we have the association to thank please join me in welcoming the gentleman mr. toy >
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>> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping) happy new year. >> (speaking foreign language.) >>
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(clapping) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> (clapping.) thank you very much doctor doctor toy our next speaker is
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from the association of the organization c a that advanced the ri7 and, in fact, the oc a suggested to the post office back in 18971 they issue the stamps celebrated chinese-american cultural. my mother was excited about the stampedes that 507b8gd our presence 2, 3, 4 the country. my mother had the whole package of stamps framed and i hung them optional my wall. for many of you there are so some chinese and asia cabinet that are spreading sprayed out
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and like i was it provided a huge source of pride. that's why those stamps are important you think they look nice but to many people they mean more. please recognize dr. leslie (clapping.) thank you for that kind introduction. you know, this means a lot to oc a i want to express our expression to help us spreading our cultural to the nation it's a big deal to us the horoscope and zodiac. i know at the meeting we acknowledge the u.s. post office for initiating this series. i'd like to bring to your
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attention was it dr. cleveland you won't who's the current president of the organization c in san francisco (clapping.) i'd like to acknowledge sherman tang the immediate past president of the organization c a and the chairman of the cultural foundation of san francisco. i'd like to closed to say something a little bit personal i loved stamps and collected them growing up and first place living in a time like today as a kid and those stamps came out every january it would make me feel so proud not only to be china's but also an american citizen they're helping us spread is an important part of
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our culture to the nation so thank you (clapping.) thank you, dr. mel csier when is u.s. post office recognitions the china's culture it recognize the chinese-american from the new cabinets all the way up to the highest levies of those city with our chinese american mayor please welcome chinese-american mayor mayor ed lee (clapping.) well, thank you allen >> (speaking foreign language.) >> to our which they think so consolidated association and to the organization of the
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commenting and allen thank you for mcing and being gracious of our time. i always in every year look forward to joining our united states postal service and you've begun u done a great job and to mr. showing to the recreational director thank you. again. this is the second series of the 7th series i look forward to this day because it signals just that fresh beginning seeing another about how far designed stamp and as both decreases said earlier it's an exception of our american culture and asia culture. i want to thank again sherman for your leadership at oc a that
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we take pride in not only a recreational subdivision e celebration this is national not international and i'm reminded again with allen's remarks we have a history. sometimes, it wasn't as bright as we wanted it to be but those days it's brighter and brighter i get to lead the city and a traffic internationally all over the world we have is strong citizenry that reflects our cultures. everyday i get to serve the city of this city but represent them in international settings pr i want to emphasis one greeting this year because i told anita elimination to do that. when you intermediate people in
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chinese greeting it is a prosperity greeting. sunny is happy new year and >> (speaking foreign language.) >> means good health but there's a phrase that people use and it's called. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> and i want to explain that because it's dragon and, of course, dollars celebratory zodiac animal and when people say this he two probable most popular zodiac symbols in the horoscope the dragon and horse are at peace with each other. that means this year it's going to be peaceful, hopefully,
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embraced time coordinators we're not going to get attracted like the year of the snake. that pulls you off course had you have the most popular the horse and droorlg i'm trying to make sure that all our communities are strong, all of our strengthens are put together to match the challenge of the city and so this is what i want to say in teaching people and i'll be seeing saying it more is role good for you our city and good for the country because lo ma was not popular in washington, d.c. there wasn't a
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lot of peace but this year it's going to be different i get to preach that >> so as we look forward to the stamp as well because you'll see a symbol there that i'm going to necessarily use for the the 9ers up in seattle we're going to have a lot of drumbeat ourself so thank you very much and happy new year to everybody. >> thank you for your insight and good ridden's to the year of the snake by the way, i was born in the year of the snake. i've seen the beautiful statesman and wanting can't wait to see the series of stamps. the artist has felon here from new york mr. kim please stand.
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he'll be here to audit graph our stamps he said he wanted to make this stamp that meant more about the celebration itself so you may want see the horse taking over the whole canvas but it's a smaller superimposed imagine and the image is of the traditions and culture that meant so much to him. so a very personal series of paintings oil on canvas that kim making has made. now for the moment it's at the stamp dictation i'd like to welcome the poverty manager david stowe (clapping.) good morning and thank you allen for that kind


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